Together for Serbia

Together for Serbia (Serbian: Заједно за Србију, ЗЗС / Zajedno za Srbiju, ZZS) is a political party in the Republic of Serbia. It was created by a broken-off fraction of the Democratic Party (DS) in the aftermath of the 2012 elections after which president Boris Tadić lost to his opponent Tomislav Nikolić and inner arguments maintaint on resulting in early party elections and Tadic's withdrawal from the leadership, settling for an honorary presidential title, in favor of Belgrade mayor Dragan Đilas. A total of 7 MPs left the DS and founded in 2012 the "Together for Serbia" parliamentary club. Its leader is former minister Dušan Petrović. At the 2014 election, ZZS teamed up with Boris Tadić's fraction of the DS in formation and will run on the election in a coalition with the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina. In May 2019 ZZS formed a union with Democratic Party and Social Democratic Party.

Together for Serbia

Заједно за Србију
PresidentNebojša Zelenović
FounderDušan Petrović
Split fromDemocratic Party
HeadquartersSime Igumanova 64, Belgrade
Political positionCenter-left
National affiliationAlliance for Serbia (2018-)
United Democratic Party (2019-)
European affiliationNone
International affiliationNone
ColoursRed, Blue
National Assembly
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Electoral resultsEdit

Parliamentary electionsEdit

Year Popular vote % of popular vote # of seats Seat change Coalitions Government
2014 204,767 5.70%
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  2 With SDP-LSV-ZS opposition
2016 227,589 6.02%
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  With DS-NS-DSHV-ZZŠ opposition

Presidential electionsEdit

President of Serbia
Election year # Candidate 1st round votes % 2nd round votes % Notes
2017 4th Vuk Jeremić 206,676 5.66 Independent candidate; support

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